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Re: Sebo X4 'Extra' - Stripdown and Refurbishment
« Reply #15 on: May 05, 2018, 11:19:45 PM »
And with the handle closing piece on, the handle is done!

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Bag door now, the outer trim piece can go on

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Bag door latch handle in, along with the rubber locating bushes

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Bag holder slid up and the bag door handle located into it so it's pushed down when the handle is lifted

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Time for some new bags now

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And a new pre motor filter

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Now the hose can go on

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Re: Sebo X4 'Extra' - Stripdown and Refurbishment
« Reply #16 on: May 06, 2018, 12:03:05 AM »
The non cracked wand and crevice tool get fitted

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Back to the wheels, and there is something missing here

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The foot pedal

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I found the spring for the bag door safety latch that I mislaid when stripping it down (Charlie found it on the floor, whoops...) so fitted that

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Fitted the filter safety latch spring (I took this off so I could close the bag door for storage without needing the very full bag it came with fitted...)

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Fitted a new upholstry tool, and she is done!



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Best check it works...


And it does! Sold within 20 minutes of being listed for sale too, which was nice!
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Re: Sebo X4 'Extra' - Stripdown and Refurbishment
« Reply #17 on: May 06, 2018, 08:24:28 PM »
Super strip down topic!  :bow:

Was that post motor cover grille warped from overheating in the past?

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Re: Sebo X4 'Extra' - Stripdown and Refurbishment
« Reply #18 on: May 07, 2018, 05:02:08 PM »
I thought so, but the motor didnt look like it had been hot, no damage on it, just a warped housing. All I can think of is the vac got put in a hot place, but I would have expected more warping to the hood. Is most strange!
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